Benjamin Wilcox

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    I’ve tweaked the title so it covers only exporting animation to GIF format. This will help keep our feature list fine-grained so we can get a better picture of which are the most important.

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    It is so hard to explore and arrange design concepts in Xd because of the tiny amount of space to iterate within. The canvas size is very limiting and without pages, the problem is compounded.

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    Our design team won't be able to switch from Sketch to XD until infinite canvas and pages are implemented. It's not usable for the work we do with such limited space in one document. You can fit a lot of artboards in as it is but it's still not really enough to satisfy the design process. For instance, if a designer is using spatial relationships to map out concept clusters, where they might create rows and trees of iterations of screens on the canvas, it is quite limited because they might not really plan ahead and just run into the sides of the canvas on a 50-75 screen iteration exercise. Pages are extremely helpful to capture day-over-day iterations or divergent concepts so they can be reviewed quickly by flipping through the pages. The canvas and pages are not about quantity of space, they are about the flexibility to map out the thinking as it progresses — externalizing it in an organized way to guide future thought.

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